Centennial Toyota Review

I went to look at used vehicles to get an idea of how much it was going to cost and to check out their inventory. For starters, I found it odd they do not have the prices marked on their used vehicles so you have to ask the sales person each time for each vehicle you look at. After showing interest in one vehicle, they appraised my other vehicle I have, to trade in. So, after the sales person telling me how much they would give me for my trade in and the cost of the vehicle I looked at was, I realized I did not want to go through with it. I then asked for my keys back and they continued to harass me to get the vehicle to the point I just wanted to get out of there so I bought it, which was obviously not the brightest choice. After getting home, I reviewed everything including the price of the vehicle with all the fees, realizing I could have just bought a brand new car for what they charged me. I checked how much the vehicle was actually worth, which is what I wanted to go home and check in the first place, finding out that I am now upside-down 18,000 dollars. If anyone knows a route I could take to get rid of the vehicle, it would be greatly appreciated.


Name: Centennial Toyota

Country: United States

State: Nevada

City: Las Vegas

Address: 6551 Centennial Center Blvd

Phone: 702-942-3800

Website: www.centennialtoyota.com/

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